Feb. 27, 2018 - Six Artworks Selected for Youth Art Month Exhibit
Six of eight student artworks, entered by Plano ISD students for consideration in the Texas Art Education Association (TAEA) 2018 Youth Art Month State Capitol Exhibit, were selected for the exhibit by a committee of TAEA representatives. The exhibit showcases pre-k through twelfth grade student art from approximately 50 school districts across the state.
Xinyu Ai, Plano Senior High School, eleventh grade, Reflect, teacher: Andy Serie
Ashley Shoda, Plano Senior High School, twelfth grade, Controller in Hand, teacher: Allison Garrison
Students will be honored at a state reception and awards ceremony on Sunday March 11 at the Bob Bullock State History Museum in Austin. Artwork will be on exhibit at two Austin locations: on February 25 – March 11 at the Bob Bullock State History Museum and on March 18-26 at the Lower Rotunda at the State Capitol.
"As always, the selections from all grade levels across the district were inspiring," said Plano ISD Visual Arts Coordinator Laura Grundler. "This is a wonderful honor for our young artists!"
Congratulations to all eight students whose works were selected to be submitted and special congratulations to the six students whose works were selected for the exhibit.
Reflect by Xinyu Ai, Plano Senior High School
Giant Pig Guy by Hayk Barseghyan, Haun Elementary School
Glistening Imagination by Jinny Lee, Plano West Senior High School
Dimensional Systems by Jenny Ong, Murphy Middle School
Beautiful Mess by Elif Sahin, Rice Middle School
Controller in Hand by Ashley Shoda, Plano Senior High School